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SM City Baliwag

Coordinates: 14°57′38″N 120°53′27″E / 14.96056°N 120.89083°E / 14.96056; 120.89083

SM City Baliwag
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"We've got it all for you!"
"Baliwag's shopping destination"
Location DRT Highway, Brgy. Pagala, Baliwag, Bulacan
Opening date December 12, 2008
Developer SM Prime Holdings
Management SM Prime Holdings
Owner Henry Sy, Sr.
Architect Jose Siao Ling & Associates
No. of stores and services more than 300 shops and restaurants
Total retail floor area 61,000 m²
Parking 1000 cars
No. of floors 2
Website SM City Baliwag Official Website

SM City Baliwag is a shopping mall owned, developed and operated by SM Prime Holdings. It is the second SM Supermall in the Bulacan Province after SM City Marilao, the 3rd and last SM Mall among the company's expansion in 2008 and the 33rd SM Mall in the list. The mall is located at DRT Highway, Brgy. Pagala, Baliwag, Bulacan. It opened on December 12, 2008 which features anchors like the SM Department Store, SM Hypermarket, SM Cinemas, Food Court and other anchors like the SM Appliance Center, Watsons Drugstore, and a games arcade.

Major Anchors

  • SM Department Store
  • SM Hypermarket
  • SM Cinemas
  • SM Food Court
  • SM Appliance Center
  • ACE Hardware

See also

Images

External links

  • Website
  • SM City Baliuag
  • Coordinates
Preceded by
SM City Rosales
33rd SM Supermall
2008
Succeeded by
SM City Naga
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